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Chapter 4: descent on James Island. All suspense regarding the employment of the Fifty-fourth
housand men, was to make a demonstration on James Island. Col. T. W. Higginson, with part of his Fir P. Williams passed up the river, firing on James Island to the right and John's Island to the left, ry Island, advancing to a bridge leading to James Island.
Heavy cannonading was heard in the dire rs.
At dawn Colonel Davis's men crossed to James Island, his skirmishers driving a few cavalry.
At Massachusetts and Second South Carolina.
James Island is separated from the mainland by Wappoo Cr have been converted into a real attack, and James Island fallen before it, when Charleston must have constructing the broken bridge leading from James Island, and repairing causeways, dikes, and foot-b y dawn of July 16, the troops in bivouac on James Island were awakened by dropping shots, and then h lvania were ordered to take transports from James Island.
By Colonel Davis's order the Fifty-four [3 more...]